you probably always woundered how we could see out of our eyes. At least EYE always have..... of course there has to be some sort of physics to it right? well of course there is and refraction is there to prove it. Refraction is the phenomenon which makes image formation possible by the eye as well as by cameras and other systems of lenses.
Most of that refraction in the eye takes place at the first surface, since the transition from the air into the cornea is the largest change in index of
We've all seen in it the movies and have thought to ourselves how cool it would be to travel through space, am I right? well scientist have debunked that stating it is impossible to actually do that because if we wanted to comeback home, everyone would be gone do to the fact we jumpee thousands of years in the future. BUT if there is a will there is a way, new scientific evidence have found that is is actually possible to have warp drive like you have scene in the Star Trek movies.
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The Flash is obviously a perfect example for the analysis of superheroes and the physics of their abilities. Let’s begin with a further look into his “super-speed” power. Super speed is essentially the speed of light. According to E=mc2 nothing can travel the speed of light except for light itself because as an object moves toward the speed of light the objects mass and the energy needed go towards infinity. Therefore, The Flash could not move at “super-speed”.
Space shuttles when entering ba
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